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Awkward with a Chance of Meatballs

“So where’s your farm located?”

I’ve spent four years writing and editing for my school paper; our final issue goes out tomorrow (go pick up a copy, homie).

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How I do and do not waste food, and how others do

Why do people waste food?

Maybe it is because I am part of a frugal family and throwing out food was throwing out money, but I rarely toss the edibles. 406 more words


Summer Fun Under The Sun

Backyard Garden Games
Source Pa resort to hold naked beer festival
2014 Season Opens May 16 2014
Not to be out done by Nude gardening day, a blog visitor sent me this link for what I can only call Boobs and Beer day. 160 more words


What Laying Hens Deserve

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This is how one hen lays her egg. Afterwards, she spends a few minutes doing a little nesting, and then she leaves the nest. 221 more words

About My Chickens

Fresh Wheat Flour

Just a short and sweet post tonight, about how I make my own wheat flour. First, you have your husband plant, grow, and harvest the wheat. 283 more words


Inspiration for EAT Stockholm Forum

I’ll be participating on the EAT Stockholm Food Forum as rapporteur for a session where business leaders, politicians and academics will meet to discuss how to address the challenge of sustainability and food production from a business perspective. 163 more words

Learning Lessons from my Grandfather

In Monday’s post I shared an experience from Easter Weekend and my wonderful visit to the drainage ditch.  (I wonder if I am the first person to open a blog post by mentioning a wonderful visit to a drainage ditch.)  I promised that I would share my second wavelength in my next blog so here it is.  401 more words